Bike washed, frame inspected, headset removed and greased, drive train inspected for wear, drive train removed and degreased, bottom bracket removed and greased, gears tuned, brakes adjusted, major wheel true, wheel bearing check, general check over and tighten of all components
Gears & brakes tuned, minor wheel true, bearings check.
Bike washed, gears & brakes tuned, minor wheel true, bearings check, bottom bracket serviced drive train degreased.
Bike washed, gears & brakes tuned, major wheel true, hubs check, bearings check, bottom bracket & headset serviced, drive train degreased.
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Regular maintenance, services and repairs are an essential part of keeping your bike running smoothly and safely. Regular servicing ensures you do not find yourself having to fork over your hard-earned cash on large-scale repairs or replacements for components that have not been properly maintained.
How often should I get my bike serviced?
The servicing schedule for a bike can vary depending on how often it's ridden and what condition it's in to begin with. A good guide is at least every 12 months, with every 6 months recommended if you:
- are a frequent commuter or distance rider
- frequently ride in wet or dirty conditions
- store your bike in an area with high moisture or dirt content